Undergraduate Research Conference

The​ 2018 CAS​ Undergraduate​ Research Conference (URC)​​ ​will take​ ​place on Friday, May 4​!

With over three hundred presentations, the URC is a great opportunity to learn more about undergraduate research across the disciplines. If you’re planning on pursuing honors, this is a great opportunity to see the sort of research your peers are doing and what it will be like for you to present at the Conference next year.

Conference Program:

  • Poster Presentations​:​ 9AM–12 PM in Hemmerdinger Hall (first floor of the Silver Center)
  • Multidisciplinary Panel Presentations​:​ 12:30–2:30 PM in the Silver Center and adjacent buildings
  • Closing Awards Ceremony​:​ 3PM in Hemmerdinger Hall

Steinhardt Social Media Team – Applications due 5/17

Looking to gain experience in social media and photography? You could be a perfect fit for our new Student Social Media Team! Steinhardt’s Office of Communications is looking for students who are passionate about the school to help showcase our amazing student body through takeovers and more. Benefits include publicity, Steinhardt swag, mentorship, and free lunches during meetups. Learn how to apply: http://bit.ly/2Jeyl9s

Technological Innovations in Data Collection in Hard to Access Environments: Experiences from the DR Congo, India, Kenya, Libya, and more

Co-hosted by: PRIISM, International Education, and the Peace & Conflict Studies Minor with support from the Bosch Foundation
Moderated by Elisabeth King & Colette Mazzucelli
Panel and Q & A

Thursday, April 26, 2018

4:30pm – 6:00pm EDT

Kimball Hall, 246 Greene Street, New York, NY 10003
Room: First Floor Lobby

Health Promotion Office – Communications Advisory Council

The Health Promotion Office is looking for undergraduate and graduate students to join their new Communications Advisory Council this coming fall.  The council will consult the Communications team on strategies to strengthen relationships among students, their campus, and their community. You’ll think through the design, voice, aesthetics, branding, and language of their print media, digital platform, social media and in-person events, including current initiatives such as ActionZone, Calm Corner, and Stressbusters.

They are looking for undergraduate or graduate students with a passion for communications, branding, design and social media. You’ve got ideas and enjoy brainstorming with others, supporting ideas, thinking deeply about social engagement and affecting real change.

Want more information or ready to join right away? They’re having an exploratory meeting on May 3rd from 6-7:30 in Room 358 at 726 Broadway. Regular sessions will start September 6th, meeting once per month from 6-7:30– Snacks provided!

Curious about the council but not able to join? Mark November 14th from 6-7:30 in your calendar for the first ever Communications General Assembly! The meeting will be held at 726 Broadway in Room 701.

To express interest or get more information, please email Health Promotion’s Communications team at health.communications@nyu.edu.

Share Your Non-Classroom Experiences Today!

State reporting requirements for compliance require NYU to report information on where students are completing non-classroom experiences (i.e. internships, externships, clinicals, etc.). If you are participating in a non-classroom experience, please follow the instructions below:

  • Log in to NYU CareerNet with your username and password, or register for a new account at https://nyu-csm.symplicity.com/students/.
  • Click your cursor on “My Account” and select “Career Outcomes.” If you are unable to select “Career Outcomes,” please contact the Wasserman Center in order activate this resource.
  • Select “Add New.” Please note that the “Add New” button will only be visible if you already have profile content included under the “Personal” and “Academic” tabs.
  • Fill out the required information regarding your placement and select “Submit.” In addition, a screenshot to accompany these instructions is below.

6th Annual Research and Scholarship Showcase – Tuesday, April 24, 2018

The Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development Graduate Student Organization (GSO), the Office of Academic Affairs and the Office of Student Affairs are enthusiastic sponsors of the annual Research and Scholarship Showcase. The 6th Annual Showcase will take place on April 24, 2018, beginning at 9:30 AM in the Grand Hall of the Center for Academic and Spiritual Life.

Please join us to witness the wide range of research being conducted by students (from all degree levels) at NYU Steinhardt. There will be oral presentations, traditional poster presentations, and poster presentations with a multimedia component. Come to cheer on a classmate, learn more, and witness #SteinhardtScholars in action!


Flier for Research and Scholarship Showcase

Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Churchill and Gates Scholarships

Date: Monday 30th April

Time: 12.30-1.30 pm

Location: 12 Washington Place RSVP Here

Description: This hour-long information session will cover the basics. We’ll go over the difference between each scholarship foundation, what makes a plausible application, how to secure recommendation letters and think through the essay components of each applications, and the internal and external application deadlines. (The internal deadline for expressions of interest is May 1st. For a description of the internal application development process, see here.) RSVP Here

What’s in a Personal Statement? Working out what to say, and why

Date: Friday 27th April

Time: 3:00 – 4.30pm

Location: 12 Washington Place

Description: We often feel blocked trying to pick the most appropriate story to tell, and our options might appear too obvious, complicated or tangential. This writing workshop is designed to address these anxieties by rethinking the broader goal of a personal statement. We’ll also evaluate our assumptions about how much of a personal statement is narrative, and how much of it is analysis. You’ll leave this workshop with a working draft of a personal statement. (It’s recommended you attend this workshop after “Seeing Your Story,” but it’s not strictly necessary.)  RSVP Here

Seeing Your Story: Past, Present & Future

Date: Thursday 19th April

Time: 12.30-2pm

Location: 12 Washington Place

Description: Even before we can begin writing a personal statement, we need to develop a sense of the stories we can tell about our lives, and the way we can frame connections between the past, present and our future. This workshop is designed to get you thinking about the thru-lines of your life, and how those narratives give you confidence and consolidate your sense of purpose. Come prepared to brainstorm and write! RSVP Here

A Networking Series: Salary Negotiation – Thursday, April 19, 2018

You had a stellar interview. They have offered you the Job. You have a scheduled meeting with human resources. How do you negotiate the salary? Join the Wasserman Center for Career Development for a rich conversation on how to manage a salary negotiation by learning strategies to answer tough salary questions during interviews.

RSVP now.

Date: Thursday, April 19, 2018
Time 3:30 – 4:45 pm
Location: Pless Hall, 3rd Fl.

Sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs.